Herkules

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Strong and robust in flavor and aroma, German Herkules lives up to it's name. The Huell-bred offspring of Hallertauer Taurus, Herkules is a high alpha acid bittering hop, known to be spicy and floral, tangy and hoppy, with notes of melon, black pepper, with hints of pine. It was released in 2005.

Region : Germany

Alpha Acid: 15 - 20 %

Beta Acid: n/a %

Co-Humulone: 32 - 38 %

Total Oils: n/a ml/100g

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